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Lady Oracle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 27 Summary

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Chapter 27 Summary

When Joan arrives back at the apartment, she plans to tell Arthur of her infidelity. Arthur is watching figure skating, and Joan pictures the Fat Lady on the ice in the ballerina costume, skating gracefully for an unappreciative crowd. Joan imagines her as a hollow balloon, floating to the ceiling, and when the skaters come to the ice, the crowd goes for a harpoon gun to shoot the Fat Lady down. Unable to confess to Arthur, Joan retires to the bedroom, frightened at the possibilities of Chuck's actions. The following day, Joan begins to receive phone calls of only heavy breathing, and also begins to receive death threat letters. She fears Chuck will send Arthur a letter, and begins censoring his mail. Six days later, she receives a note to open the door, and when she does, she finds a dead porcupine with an arrow shoved through...

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